Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ArmoVanBuuren, 31 May 2006.
Off to put up a shed, shall see you in a while
Wish me luck
Nice looking shed, btw.
Looking at your picture, its already done!
Ye Olde barn raising... damn amish
No, thats what it will look like when its done
Goodluck, post pics when your done
Ooh sheds! (and no, I'm not being sarcastic)
That's quite nice actually - although not sure about the need for the log storage bit. What size/price? Looking for a new one myself atm.
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Do you already have a shed?
Is this your second one?
Is your name Arthur Jackson?
If you have two sheds after this erection, will you be known as Arthur 'two sheds' Jackson?
These questions, along with others should be answered.
Thats not a shed, thats a house
what you call an asian carpenter? ahmedashed, bwhahahaha
this thread could be handy for me!
moving to a new plce next week, but there is no shed.
how easy is it to put one up? (its just for storing a couple of bikes)
that made me giggle
g'luck with the shed and pics are all important of course
Yeas, i know. I wasn't being entirely serious!
Sheds rock! I'm in a flat at the moment, but should be moving into a house with the misses later this year. First thing I'm doing is putting up a shread and filling it with power tools I'll never use
mmm sheds .... a place to gather delicious tools
Depends on the size - put up a 12'x8' chalet-style shed at my last house and tbh it needed two people. Trying to keep walls standing up while simultaneously screwing/nailing them together is nigh-on impossible on your own.
Smaller ones shouldn't be too much hassle.
Edit: seems to be a spate of forum 'regulars' slagging off perfectly valid posts simply because the topic doesn't happen to appeal to them. It's not needed so give it a rest will you?
Actually I was only *thinking* of getting a second shed and a few of my friends heard about it and started calling me "two sheds"
Separate names with a comma.